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Two Fawns in the Path of a Logger Probably Weren’t Expecting This to Happen

An unlikely scenario.

Fawns are often left alone, hidden for extended periods of time by their mothers. Their lack of a strong scent keeps them at bay from predators, but what about from machines?

During a logging trip in an unknown location a logger spied two fawns in the road he was driving on and took the time to stop and provide a little maternal assistance.

While we certainly don’t encourage people to go out looking to interact with wildlife, if you were to come upon a helpless fawn in a situation like this, would you not perhaps do the same?

Watch the video below to decide for yourself.

A tender moment between nature and the man driving the truck behind their loss of habitat. Logging has become controversial in some parts of the world, but as long as we are reliant on paper/wood products, this kind of situation will occur again and again.

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Two Fawns in the Path of a Logger Probably Weren’t Expecting This to Happen